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Judge and not be judged
by Michael Hume
5/14/2012 / Christian Living
"The spiritual man makes judgements about all things, but he himself is not subject to any man's judgement." 1 Corinthians 2.15
We judge as God judges. By that I mean we see as He sees. He sees the truth and makes right judgements. After He judges he shows us and we make the same judgement. It is not condemning. Just a matter of fact and truth. This action is right and just, that action is wrong and unjust. That kind of thing. We are not to be condemned or accused falsely. Man judges wrongly and would have God and us appear to be in the wrong. No accusation and false judgement of man should stick to us.
Jesus said to his disciples "At the renewal of all things, when the Son of Man sits on his glorious throne, you who have followed me will also sit on twelve thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel." Matthew 19.28 Now we are seated with Jesus judging with him here on earth. We have morals, ethics and faith, and are the salt of the earth. The worldly are confused and in error. God gives us the insights and discernment as part of our relationship with Him. We are meant to know right from wrong. The worldly don't have the integrity of the saints, or the abilty to distinguish right from wrong and do right instead of wrong.
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